SCCA’s Second Virtual
Monday, Nov. 9, 2020
7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Building the Beloved Community
Through Cultural Humility
Join your fellow chaplains to hold a courageous conversation to set up a healthy and nurturing environment where those we serve can feel supported, valued, respected, and understood.
Challenging and complicated, these dialogues bridge the racial divide in America by addressing racism’s pains and unrest rooted in a historical context. Connect, come together, and create actionable solutions that unite the chasm.
Find the catalyst for the long-term goal of promoting understanding, focusing on forgiveness, encouraging positive behavior modification activities, and influencing fair change.
Given the recent spotlight on racial injustice, discuss the impact of racism, bias, and oppression. People experience division because they are disconnected. In contrast, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., taught that The Beloved Community was achievable as an antidote against inequality throughout the world.
Individuals worldwide could accomplish it if they became committed to the concept and willing to use nonviolence as a strategy for reaching the objective. Understand the threats to his vision and discover strategies for becoming a steadfast ally and practicing self-compassion in this hard season.
Dr. Gloria Morrow
As a clinical psychologist with national prominence, Dr. Gloria currently serves as a Director of Behavioral Health for a medical group with 13 clinics in Southern California.
Dr. Gloria is well known throughout the community where she has shared her expertise on many topics, including depression, anxiety, marriage, and relationship issues all over the country.
She has been featured in news publications, cited in Psychology Today, Jet, Essence, Woman’s Day; and Black Enterprise, and has authored books: Too Broken to be Fixed? A Spiritual Guide to Inner Healing, The Things that Make Men Cry, and Strengthening the Ties that Bind.
Because of her commitment to the faith community, Dr. Gloria guides faith leaders and mental health professionals work together to help people of faith who are suffering from mental health issues. She has written a handbook entitled S.A.F.E. (Spirituality and Faith Empowers), along with a three-day training for faith leaders and mental health professionals.
Dr. Gloria’s most important accomplishment is her relationship with God and her commitment to serve Him by serving others.
EVERY MEMBER’S yearly dues need to be renewed each January.If you paid your dues for 2018 , you will receive credit for it for this year. If 2018 was a long time ago and you don’t remember, just send us a note. Our Treasurer Ken Milhander will answer you. If you’d like to pay dues for 2020, it’s just $20 (because we’re not providing our famous continental breakfast)!
If you have not yet submitted your annual dues, please support SCCA’s ministry of providing high quality local training events for you.
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- If you prefer to pay by check, make the check payable to “SCCA” or “Southern California Chaplains’ Association” and mail to: SCCA, Post Office Box 982, Placentia, CA 92871
A year’s membership is only $20 for this 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. This includes access to each of the training meetings, fellowship with like-minded Chaplains, and information provided on the website.
Please enjoy the recording of our earlier meeting. Follow this link to the Prior Zoom Meeting page.
Watch your email for announcements, and return to the website for the most up-to-date information.
The Southern California Chaplains’ Association aims to meet our mission of raising up new chaplains and extending the skills of existing chaplains. To accomplish that, we provide you with life-changing instruction on topics that chaplains in the field encounter within our ever-developing communities.
Bringing together seasoned speakers and a broad base of members from all fields, we help you find effective strategies to bring calm to chaos. As a fellowship of committed servants, we share experiences and come to each other’s aid in times of crisis.
You may take part using any device such as your smartphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer.
Please set the evening aside and join us at our virtual forum learning how to touch lives!